When Woodland Hills filmmaker Suzanne Bauman and her colleague Jim Burroughs wrapped up nearly five years of shooting in and around Afghanistan in the late 1980s, she never dreamed that her film, intended to document the lives of its people, would be roundly rejected by every major broadcast and cable television network over the next 10 years...

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